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Re: TLUG meeting
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- Subject: Re: TLUG meeting
- From: TMatsumu@example.com
- Date: 31 Oct 95 14:33:00 CDT
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Nov. 19 is fine for me. I also like DOS/V, not bad for a Nihongo 'puter zassi. BTW, I would not have batted an eye if I read that win95 in say the daily gomiuri, but when the name of the zassi has 'puter on it ... jeez! Ted (havin' a bad day with a cold ... ) ***** Ted Matsumura, Adaptec Japan Ltd. ATM Program Manager, InterNetworking Technology (INTO) phone: 03-5276-8433, Fax (03) 5276-9364 email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.rahul.net/tedm ***** ------------- Original Text >From email@example.com, on 10/31/95 1:59 PM: > From: TMatsumu@example.com > Date: 30 Oct 95 10:48:00 CDT > > Just curious, when is next tlug meeting? How about 11/19 (Sun) ? > From: TMatsumu@example.com > Date: 30 Oct 95 11:35:00 CDT > > BTW, does anyone here read "Computing Japan" The last issue with the Linux > articles by you guys was good. The last issue, and issues in the past have > been rather embarrassing. The editor didn't have a clue how to install > Win95, nor read the warnings about how it boots, yet felt compelled to write > about it. With every magazine, and not only computer-related ones, talking about Win95, may be he wanted to show he is also following the stream. In past issues of CJ there were good articles on DOS/V, Win/V and on how to use both US and JP applications in a mixed environment, but for technical details I prefer to rely on japanese magazines, like DOS/V Magazine. -tomita.
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